Top 10 cities to visit in Europe
Europe is home to some of the world’s most stunning attractions, picturesque towns and vibrant cities, which attract millions of people each year from all over the world. Our favourite top 10 cities in Europe include:
Barcelona is one of the most famous cities in the world. Packed full of medieval restaurants, top beaches, restaurants, bars, markets and the incredible Las Ramblas pedestrian street, this city attracts people from all over the world. Take a cable car to Montjuic for incredible views over the city.
Amsterdam is a vibrant, lively city encircled by canals and cobbled streets. Here you will find street performers, houseboats and some of the best pavement cafés in Europe. The best way to get around Amsterdam is by public transport, bicycle or on foot. There is much more to this thriving city than canals, legal marijuana and pavement cafés so take your time to look around the back streets.
Famous for its style, elegance and joie de vivre, Paris is home to the Eiffel Tower, The River Seine and a host of beautiful parks and gardens. Also if you want to explore the history and culture of the city, take a trip around the museums and exhibitions in the city centre.
Venice is one of the world´s most romantic cities. Situated on a labyrinth of canals, visitors can take a tour around this amazing city on water by Gondola. Combining elegance, style and charm, Venice and its waterways continue to attract visitors from all over the world.
Known as the City of the Gods, Athens offers visitors a wealth of history, culture, monuments and vibrant street markets and tavernas, combining the old with the new. The best way to explore Athens, including the Acropolis is on foot.
The only city in the world to straddle two continents, Istanbul is divided between Asia and Europe by the Bosphorous Straits. This amazing city offers incredible architecture, food, cafés, modern hotels and some of the best coffee in the world. Well worth a visit.
With nearly 2 million residents, Budapest is the capital of Hungary and is situated on two sides of the Danube. Boasting a wide range of things to see and do, Budapest has nine bridges which connect the two parts of the city, and typical Hungarian cuisine can be enjoyed along with international cuisine in most bars and restaurants.
Prague Czech Republic
Prague is a fascinating destination, with amazing architecture. The centre of Prague has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the best way to explore this city is on foot.
The beautiful city of Copenhagen is a waterside city combining old world charm with modern architecture. This vibrant and fun city is home to the oldest resident Monarchy in the world. Explore on foot so you don´t miss anything out.
What is there to say about London that has not already been said? This amazing city offers everything visitors would expect and much, much more. Take a trip to the West End to see a show, get on board the London Eye, Visit Buckingham Palace, the Natural History Museum or Madame Tussauds. The list is endless, but whatever you do, you are bound to enjoy it. If you are planning a trip to any city in Europe, book a guided city tour, cultural and historical tour, gastronomic tour or adventure tour before you to go to make the most of your stay. A guided tour will give you the opportunity to see the ‘hidden gems’ of cities that other tourists rarely get to see.